I got my TS370 back from Barnett the other day after them having it for nearly three weeks. It does seem it was worth the wait though. I took it out on the range and shot two arrows at 20yds. They both hit about 6 inches low and three inches off center. I whipped out my scope calculator and made the adjustments it recommended and bang, two shots dead center, arrows touching. And this was free-hand. I figured I better not do that again so I got my Caldwell fieldpod out and moved back to 40yds. First two shots were again touching. That's almost unbelievable accuracy after only six shots. Since I got this thing back I am very pleased with the results. I didn't think I would be able to shoot anything as well as I can my Horton Storm but after just a few shots with this, I'm changing my mind. I got this bow as a back-up but with it being so much lighter than my Storm, I can see myself hunting with it on a regular basis. I haven't decided about the scope. I have a Parker Pin-Point I could put on it but it seems to be shooting so well I don't know what I'm going to do yet.